Perspectives on the Riemann Hypothesis

08 Aug 2017, by franblake in Events

4 – 7 June 2018

University of Bristol

Organising Committee: J.B. Conrey (AIM/Bristol), J.P Keating (Bristol), P. Sarnak (Princeton), A. Wiles (Oxford)

A meeting on the Riemann Hypothesis, and on the theory of the zeta-function and other L-functions.

Speakers to include:

E. Bombieri (IAS, Princeton)

A. Booker (Bristol)

A. Connes (IHES)

A. Florea (Stanford)

P. Garrett (Minnesota)

H. Iwaniec (Rutgers)

N. Katz (Princeton)

S. Patterson (Göttingen)

M. Radziwill (McGill)

W. Sawin (ETH Zurich)

C. Skinner (Princeton)

K. Soundararajan (Stanford)

F. Villegas (ICTP)

W. Zhang (MIT)

Places are limited; to register your interest please complete the form  by the 22nd December 2017.  Applicants will be notified whether or not they have been allocated a place in January 2018.

Limited support may be available for PhD students and early career researchers. We also welcome applications for caring costs* Please apply using the support section in the registration of interest form.

This event is organised in partnership with: American Institute of Mathematics, University of Bristol, Clay Mathematics Institute, EPSRC, Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research and the National Science Foundation.

*Applies to expenses incurred exceptionally as a result of attending the lecture series.

Details of the preliminary programme are included in the attached:

RH Preliminary Programme